OTP R16B03-1 has been released!
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This is a service release which corrects a few issues found in the R16B03 release. The corrections are:
The ODBC application was missing in the prebuilt Windows installers
3 corrections in the SSL application:
Add missing validation of the server_name_indication option and test for its explicit use.
Elliptic curve selection in server mode now properly selects a curve suggested by the client, if possible.
The server did not indicate support for secure renegotiation during TLS extension handling.
In the syntax tools application a bug was introduced which broke reverting of local funs. This is now corrected (thanks to Anthony Ramine)
wx - Solved a problem which caused the debugger to crash when closing a window. Fixed static linking on Mac.
xmerl - Fixed a problem in the SAX-parser when the header of the next document was appearing in the buffer when using the xmerl_sax_parser:stream/2 function.
Compiling Erlang from source
You can build Erlang from source on your own, following the building and installation instructions. Or use the Kerl script. Kerl is a script that lets you easily build Erlang with a few commands. Follow the instructions to build.
Source Versions and Windows Binaries for Patches
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Pre-built Binary Packages
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Since OTP 18.0, Erlang/OTP is released under Apache License 2.0. The older releases prior to 18.0 were released under Erlang Public License (EPL), a derivative work of the Mozilla Public License (MPL).